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Aleijadinho’s Palanquin
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Origin

Aleijadinho

Type

Palanquin

Effects

Increases architecture skills, allowing the user to physically shape construction materials with their bare hands

Downsides

Causes a debilitating, paralytic hand disorder. The user will become more reclusive over time

Activation

Sitting in it

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Imhotep-218G

Date of Collection

May 1749

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OriginEdit

Aleijadinho lived in colonial Brazil during the 1700s and provided various architectural pieces for churches. He was a master architect, but he contracted a disease by 1777, resulting in the loss of his fingers. He maintained his work by having hammers and chisels tied to his hands. Later in life, he became more private, continuing his work only at nighttime and appearing only under his palanquin while in public.

EffectsEdit

The sitter will have their sculpting and organization skills increased, allowing them to make fine architecture. They also gain the ability to physically shape and morph material like concrete, wood and ceramic with the pressure from their hands. However, they will suffer from a paralytic hand disorder after extended usage. Their fingers will become numb and eventually immobile if not neutralized. Lastly, the user will become more reclusive from public eye and will be unwilling to travel.

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